Hostel Franz Kafka

Kaprova 13/14, Prague, Bohemia, 110 00, Czech Republic | Hostel
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Johnny Liiii-ving

A travel blog entry by bliebenow

... sad for me because I knew soon I wouldn't have a travel buddy/stranded in Göttingen buddy for the remainder of my stay in Germany. Travelling Europe was significantly more fun with a friend that I clicked with, even if we didn't see eye to eye on everything. He might have had more fun with someone more fun, but I am so glad Johnny was stranded with me instead because it really made my summer great. Thanks Johnny for the best summer ever! (Read: I just cried a lot when I ...

The Gardens beneath Prague Castle plus some

A travel blog entry by jeffandwen-40


... then went along the Vtlava River, to Emauzy- the Slavonic Monastery dating back to 1347. Unique gothic murals cover the walls of the church cloister. It has been rebuilt after WW2 bomb damage and has a very interesting roof design.

Back on the tram to see the National Theatre and The New Theatre. A lovely courtyard sculpture here. The Globe Bookstore and Coffee House was on our list and only a short walk away. Not actually a Czech institution but an ...

Czeching Out Prague

A travel blog entry by jaclyn.brian


... how much beer can a human being consume in that much time?

We arrived in Prague in the early afternoon. Although our friends were a couple hours behind us, there was something we did arrive with: appetites. After checking into our hostel, Jaclyn and I mapped out three of the top spots for local/varied beer in the city and, upon finding that one was only a few blocks away, set out in search of food and amber beverages. Mercifully (it was cold...more on ...

Castles & Communism

A travel blog entry by mrandmrstopp


... on your fellow citizens potential democratic leanings even if there was no proof. The Velvet Revolution is a famous event in history, portrayed by images of students marching on Wenceslas Square. Although there were no deaths during this revolution (hence the 'velvet') there must have been many injuries - we watched a video of the weeks leading up to the Revolution showcasing the police brutality in an attempt to disperse the daily student marches. The Berlin Wall had already fallen ...

The Best Park of Your Life

A travel blog entry by bmlequer

... brings people together! In turn, we found ourselves at an Absinthe museum sampling a smorgasbord of Absinthe cocktails, having a beer in a public beer garden/park that overlooks the entire city, learning about the tumultuous history of the country in the Communist museum, and finishing off with a Canadian interpretive dance number at a Fringe festival that nostalgically reminded me of ...

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